Ozzy Blames Sharon (Top Story)

Ozzy Blames Sharon was a top 10 story this week . Here is the recap: Don't blame Ozzy Osbourne for the strange and controversial decision to have Bob Daisley and Lee Kerslake's tracks replaced on the 2002 reissues of his seminal 'Blizzard of Ozz' and "Diary of a Madman' albums.

While this crime against music is being corrected with new remastered reissues that are reported to be out later this year to mark their 30th Anniversary, Ozzy has spoken out against that controversial decision.

Classic Rock reports that Osbourne says in a new interview, "Believe me, it wasn't my doing. I mean, I didn't know that was being done, 'cause Sharon (Osbourne) was fighting all the legal things that were going down at the time. I said, 'What did you do that for?' And she said, 'The only way I could stop everything was if it went to that level.' And I said, 'You know what, whatever the circumstances were, I want the original thing back.' I mean, I wouldn't have done that." - Read the Classic Rock report here

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